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By Marie Benedict - By Victoria Christopher Murray -
Marie Benedict’s historical novels have been entertaining and educating historical fiction readers for years, and award-winning author Victoria Christopher Murray has penned ...Read Review
By Randi Pink -
Angel Hill and Isaiah Wilson have grown up in the Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, the prosperous Black community known until summer 1921 as “...Read Review
By Wayne Ng -
In 1970, 11-year-old Johnny Wong lives in a Toronto tenement with his Chinese mother. Mother speaks little English and at times works two jobs, ...Read Review
By L. Bordetsky-Williams -
Forget Russia is a luminous look at Russia in the 20th century through the lens of one Jewish woman and her granddaughter. The ...Read Review
By Amanda Quick -
1930s Burning Cove, California, is a place to begin afresh. On the job for three whole days, Lyra Brazier, San Francisco socialite and ...Read Review
By Charles Todd -
Wales, 1921. When an unsuspecting child pulls a body rather than the expected fish from the River Dee, Inspector Ian Rutledge is dispatched from ...Read Review
By Betty - By Walker -
A remote spot on England’s Cornish coast is relied upon as a vital weapon in World War II. Porthcurno is the setting ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
In Anne Perry’s latest mystery, solving murders is a family affair. Daniel Pitt, a junior barrister in a respected London law firm, ...Read Review
By Camron Wright -
In 1940, a young German Jewish girl named Audrey Stocking is hiding in England with her aunt Claire during the Luftwaffe Blitz on London. ...Read Review
By Mark Sullivan -
It’s a question of survival in 1944 as Emil and Adeline Martel forge west with their two young sons, fleeing Stalin under the ...Read Review
Over the last 20 years The Historical Novels Review (the society's print magazine for our members) has published reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books.
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